Rosh Hashana Wines 5773

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Re: Rosh Hashana Wines 5773

Postby Isaac C » Fri Sep 21, 2012 12:22 pm

GHW Yarden Kela Merlot 2006 - very enjoyable but a little too closed until the end of the meal.
Tzuba Cabernet 2007 - solid wine, though nothing memorable
Dalton Alma 2009 Bordeaux Blend - very enjoyable as always and a great QPR
Yarden T2 2008 - drank this one throughout yom tov as dessert - I love this wine and it is definitely one of my favorite dessert wines.
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Re: Rosh Hashana Wines 5773

Postby Marc G » Fri Sep 21, 2012 12:40 pm

03 Castel GV
07 Yatir Forest
GPS
07 Hagafen brut
04 PRix Zinfandel
Bro-deaux
Brob Petit Syrah
07 Herzog Napa
08 Herzog single vineyard cab( maybe the Sonoma one)
That Angentina wine

All the wines were very good to exellent
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Re: Rosh Hashana Wines 5773

Postby David Raccah » Fri Sep 21, 2012 12:43 pm

It seems a bunch of you got the GPS as a bottle from the Herzog Wine Club, loved it a year ago and friends of mine who also received the bottle told me it was still slow to open - so I guess I can wait on opening the last two that I have.

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Re: Rosh Hashana Wines 5773

Postby Marc G » Fri Sep 21, 2012 12:55 pm

The GPS was a pleasant surprise. Frightened at first by its trasparency but was really nice. It was interesting to drink alongside the Forest at the meal.
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